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NFL from AFC to NFC and through the weeds

In case you were not aware of it, the NFL is back in full swing and will dominate sports talk until it takes a one-month hiatus next June. I think it is pretty nice of the league to give the […]

NFL from AFC to NFC and through the weeds

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In case you were not aware of it, the NFL is back in full swing and will dominate sports talk until it takes a one-month hiatus next June. I think it is pretty nice of the league to give the […]

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The mind races to no finish line

Lately, my mind has been on a roll. It won’t shut off no matter how hard I try. It seems to have its own ADD while bouncing from one

Standing thoughts: Protests on protesting

I have written before about how I have a thing about the First Amendment, especially when it comes to people trying to crush free speech. Essentially, I feel we

Inconvenience of Freedom

Lately, we have witnessed the end result of the ignorance of not only our president, but the general public when it comes to understanding our basic freedoms, especially freedom

Rams show much improvement in win over Raiders

The Los Angeles Rams are unbeaten in the preseason, although it is only two games so far. Their next game is August 26 against the Los Angeles Chargers, at

Rams kick off pre-season games against Cowboys at Coliseum

On Saturday, August 12, the Los Angeles Rams will play their first pre-season home game at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum against the Dallas Cowboys. The game will start

Football: A few thoughts on the sport

It's that time of year when football replaces the recent lull in the sporting world.  Since the NBA tittle was decided, there simply has not been much of long

Rules are rules and jerks are jerks

Like most Americans, I am not one to follow anything to do with golf unless it involves Tiger Woods, so why am I writing about Lexi Thompson? This is

Super thoughts on the NFL

The Super Bowl looks to be a good game with two very talented teams, New England and Atlanta, capable of scoring points as fast as the scoreboard can keep

NFL Divisional Week was not boring

Before we get to the games from this past weekend, lets look at what has become proof the NFL, both its owners and commissioner, do not give a rat's

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